Madden 20 Predictions For This Season
When it comes to football video games, Madden is the prized stallion of them all.
The amount of work and research that is put into the game each year is extensive. All of this work that goes in each year is meant to provide the greatest and most realistic NFL experience money can buy.
So what does Madden have to say about this upcoming NFL season?
Let’s take a look!
We will start with the records of each team by division:
Just taking a quick look at the way the divisions finish, there are some surprises. The two biggest being the Jaguars and the Giants winning their respective divisions.
Other surprises are the Vikings, Steelers, and Texans finishing so poorly.
As the playoffs played out, teams fell by the wayside. Which left the Green Bay Packers and the Cleveland Browns to face off against each other in the Super Bowl.
Baker Mayfield ripped apart the Packers defense for four touchdown passes on the way to a 28-25 victory. Mayfield also claimed the Super Bowl MVP award.
So what we take away from the early part is that the move for Odell Beckham Jr. and Kareem Hunt are enough to make the Browns the best team in the NFL.
The surprises don’t stop there!
The NFL MVP award is going to go to…
Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills!
Honestly, if you have a chance, you should go put money on this to happen. Allen is slated at 150/1 to win MVP.
After the season, there is some more news of interest that will make fans either happy or sad.
The list of players retiring include some legends:
Possibly the most shocking part of these retirements, is that Trey Wingo tweets that he wonders if Drew Brees has done enough to make it to the Hall of Fame.
Before we part from this Madden prediction, there are two more parts from this simulation that are completely baffling:
- The Chicago Bears top the Forbes list as the most valuable team in the NFL.
- Andrew Luck replaces Matt Ryan in Atlanta.
Stay tuned for this upcoming NFL season to see just how close Madden actually gets!